After pressure from parents and advocates, the agency is laying out a multiyear plan to address the issue, starting with lead and arsenic.
Fire crews at Wurtsmith Air Force Base provided mutual aid to their host community on at least two major fires — and left a PFAS contamination mess.
A growing number of U.S. veterans say they have developed serious health ailments after facing prolonged exposure to flaming trash piles at overseas bases.
Records show a dispute over cleanup requirements for chemically tainted water. The company denies there’s a disagreement.
Fields across the Canadian Prairies and the U.S. Northern Plains are among the driest on record, raising production risks in one of the world's key growing regions for canola and spring wheat.
President Biden will meet with lawmakers this afternoon on his $2 trillion infrastructure proposal, after top administration officials said they expect it to start moving on Capitol Hill before Memorial Day.
Bills to increase penalties for "impeding" the operations of a pipeline or power plant—in many cases elevating the offense to a felony—are pending in at least five states and have been enacted in 15 others.
Throughout Indian Country, where cultures are tied to land and water, plans to relocate are under way as the climate crisis worsens.
The details in President Biden's proposed $2 trillion infrastructure plan have a lot to do with protecting the environment. There's a new clean electricity standard and a focus on low-income communities hit hardest by climate change. But will it be enough?
Rivers and their floodplains have the potential to act as shock absorbers to climate change, and are powerful agents for keeping wildlife and communities healthy and resilient.